When elected, Jim will never forget that he was elected by Georgians to represent Georgia in the U.S. Senate. In the U.S. Senate, Jim will focus on making investments in education and infrastructure that we know will help put people back to work, train our workforce, grow our economy and increase the quality of life in Georgia for all of our citizens.
Jim is opposed to the so-called “Opportunity School Districts” that will harm Georgia’s educators and children.
Jim also is opposed to permitting college students to carry firearms on college campuses and against Georgia adopting “religious liberty” legislation that proved to be disastrous in Indiana in 2015 and North Carolina earlier this year.
Whether it’s addressing the Tri-State River Wars, agriculture subsidies for our hardworking farmers, or protecting our military installations and the economic impacts on local economies from the Base Relocation Alignment Commission, Jim will put Georgia’s interests first in the U.S. Senate.